I don't necessarily want to. I'm leaving the university and all the other departments use VMware, do so I'm being nice to whomever takes over. They can just add my hosts to their vcenter and be done.
I'm currently just using KVM and libvirt on Ubuntu. Using virsh and virt-manager to manage things. I never used ovirt because java. And it's a university, so spending money on rhev wasn't going to fly. But done how we have a site wide license for VMware basic stuff. Oh well, won't be my problem much longer.